Product images of Queen Victoria's visit to HMS 'Queen' at Portsmouth, 1 March 1842
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Queen Victoria's visit to HMS 'Queen' at Portsmouth, 1 March 1842
The painting records an event which took place on first of March 1842, during Queen Victoria's visit to Portsmouth. The Queen was accompanied by her husband Prince Albert, together with the Duke of Saxe-Coburg, his two sons Prince Augustus and Prince Leo.
Lieutenant Robert Strickland Thomas
- Image reference: BHC0629
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Nelson-Ward Collection